Lights, digicam Al Horford serves up love of Boston


Celtics huge man Al Horford, who’s returning to the workforce subsequent 12 months, packed them in at “Raising Cane’s” on Boylston Road.

Horford, a hero of the Title run and a fan favourite, was filming a industrial Thursday and simply being an all-around good man to followers a day forward of the Duck Boat parade.

“Man, it’s a special place to me. I feel like for me, it’s the love of the people here for their sports, for the game,” Horford advised the Herald. “I’ve been everywhere in the nation and I simply haven’t seen the love, the care, the dedication from folks not solely in the direction of their sport, however their neighborhood.

“That’s very special,” he added in regards to the Hub.

Al Horford was mobbed by followers. (Nancy Lane/Boston Herald)
Boston, MA - Boston Celtics' Al Horford greets fans and films a commercial at Cane's (Nancy Lane/Boston Herald)
An actual hometown hero. (Nancy Lane/Boston Herald)


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